Pepper sprayed UC Davis students won't be charged
DAVIS, Calif. (KGO) -- The student protesters pepper sprayed by UC Davis campus police will not face criminal charges.
This video of the officer dousing students directly in the face with pepper spray last November went viral sparking worldwide outrage and an investigation involving university officials.
The Yolo County district attorney announced Friday that there is not enough evidence to pursue charges against the 10 students arrested for failing to disperse. The investigation into how campus police handled the situation is still ongoing.
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